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Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE1.TIF

96-11-018AB

Feature 1

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE2.TIF

96-11-018AB

Feature 2

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE3.TIF

96-11-018AB

Feature 3

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE4.TIF

96-11-018AB

Feature 4

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE5.TIF

96-11-018AB

Feature 5

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-018ab/018-FE6.TIF

96-11-018AB

Feature 6

Cranium (a) has alveolar resorption/abscess at RM1 and LP3. A massive, partially healed fracture mars the left parietal. Concomitant to the fracture, the sagittal suture is completely obliterated, and is probably related to compensatory growth of the right side of the vault, resulting in asymmetry. The left squamosal suture is prematurely obliterated, probably also related to the fracture. The right temporal squama has a long ‘extension posterior over parietal notch. Mandible (b) some LC-P3, LM2-3, and RM2. The M1 alveoli are resorbed, and mental foramina are enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-019/019-AN.TIF

96-11-019

Anterior

This is a cranium. It is missing the left zygomatic arch, and most teeth. The LP4 is glued into the RP3 socket and rotated 180 degrees, so that the buccal cusp is now lingual. There is clay filling the right orbital fa. and left basioccipital fa. The gross pathology is not evident, but there are some very interesting muscle markings of note, including a very pronounced supramastoid crest; a doubled external occipital protuberance; bony crests running superio-inferiorly on anterolateral lateral pterygoid crests; and prominent juxtamastoid nuchal musculature. There are osteophytes about the external margin of the foramen magnum, and osteophates about the ectocranial margin of the occipital jugular notch (might be bilateral). The left occipital condyle is atrophied, or there is at least marked condylar asymmetry. Additionally, the postglenoid processes are projecting.

Full Record: x-96-11-019/019-IN.TIF

96-11-019

Inferior

This is a cranium. It is missing the left zygomatic arch, and most teeth. The LP4 is glued into the RP3 socket and rotated 180 degrees, so that the buccal cusp is now lingual. There is clay filling the right orbital fa. and left basioccipital fa. The gross pathology is not evident, but there are some very interesting muscle markings of note, including a very pronounced supramastoid crest; a doubled external occipital protuberance; bony crests running superio-inferiorly on anterolateral lateral pterygoid crests; and prominent juxtamastoid nuchal musculature. There are osteophytes about the external margin of the foramen magnum, and osteophates about the ectocranial margin of the occipital jugular notch (might be bilateral). The left occipital condyle is atrophied, or there is at least marked condylar asymmetry. Additionally, the postglenoid processes are projecting.

Full Record: x-96-11-019/019-LL.TIF

96-11-019

Left Lateral

This is a cranium. It is missing the left zygomatic arch, and most teeth. The LP4 is glued into the RP3 socket and rotated 180 degrees, so that the buccal cusp is now lingual. There is clay filling the right orbital fa. and left basioccipital fa. The gross pathology is not evident, but there are some very interesting muscle markings of note, including a very pronounced supramastoid crest; a doubled external occipital protuberance; bony crests running superio-inferiorly on anterolateral lateral pterygoid crests; and prominent juxtamastoid nuchal musculature. There are osteophytes about the external margin of the foramen magnum, and osteophates about the ectocranial margin of the occipital jugular notch (might be bilateral). The left occipital condyle is atrophied, or there is at least marked condylar asymmetry. Additionally, the postglenoid processes are projecting.

Full Record: x-96-11-019/019-PO.TIF

96-11-019

Posterior

This is a cranium. It is missing the left zygomatic arch, and most teeth. The LP4 is glued into the RP3 socket and rotated 180 degrees, so that the buccal cusp is now lingual. There is clay filling the right orbital fa. and left basioccipital fa. The gross pathology is not evident, but there are some very interesting muscle markings of note, including a very pronounced supramastoid crest; a doubled external occipital protuberance; bony crests running superio-inferiorly on anterolateral lateral pterygoid crests; and prominent juxtamastoid nuchal musculature. There are osteophytes about the external margin of the foramen magnum, and osteophates about the ectocranial margin of the occipital jugular notch (might be bilateral). The left occipital condyle is atrophied, or there is at least marked condylar asymmetry. Additionally, the postglenoid processes are projecting.

Full Record: x-96-11-019/019-RL.TIF

96-11-019

Right Lateral

This is a cranium. It is missing the left zygomatic arch, and most teeth. The LP4 is glued into the RP3 socket and rotated 180 degrees, so that the buccal cusp is now lingual. There is clay filling the right orbital fa. and left basioccipital fa. The gross pathology is not evident, but there are some very interesting muscle markings of note, including a very pronounced supramastoid crest; a doubled external occipital protuberance; bony crests running superio-inferiorly on anterolateral lateral pterygoid crests; and prominent juxtamastoid nuchal musculature. There are osteophytes about the external margin of the foramen magnum, and osteophates about the ectocranial margin of the occipital jugular notch (might be bilateral). The left occipital condyle is atrophied, or there is at least marked condylar asymmetry. Additionally, the postglenoid processes are projecting.

Full Record: x-96-11-019/019-SU.TIF

96-11-019

Superior

This is a cranium. It is missing the left zygomatic arch, and most teeth. The LP4 is glued into the RP3 socket and rotated 180 degrees, so that the buccal cusp is now lingual. There is clay filling the right orbital fa. and left basioccipital fa. The gross pathology is not evident, but there are some very interesting muscle markings of note, including a very pronounced supramastoid crest; a doubled external occipital protuberance; bony crests running superio-inferiorly on anterolateral lateral pterygoid crests; and prominent juxtamastoid nuchal musculature. There are osteophytes about the external margin of the foramen magnum, and osteophates about the ectocranial margin of the occipital jugular notch (might be bilateral). The left occipital condyle is atrophied, or there is at least marked condylar asymmetry. Additionally, the postglenoid processes are projecting.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020A-AN.TIF

96-11-020AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020AB-AN.TIF

96-11-020AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020AB-LL.TIF

96-11-020AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020AB-RL.TIF

96-11-020AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020B-AN.TIF

96-11-020AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020B-IN.TIF

96-11-020AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020B-LL.TIF

96-11-020AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020B-PO.TIF

96-11-020AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020B-RL.TIF

96-11-020AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020B-SU.TIF

96-11-020AB

Superior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020-DX.TIF

96-11-020AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020-FE1.TIF

96-11-020AB

Feature 1

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020-FE2.TIF

96-11-020AB

Feature 2

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020A-IN.TIF

96-11-020AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020A-LL.TIF

96-11-020AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020A-PO.TIF

96-11-020AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

Full Record: x-96-11-020ab/020A-RL.TIF

96-11-020AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

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Superior

Cranium (a) retains all teeth of the right arcade, but only P3 and M2 on the left; the calotte is loose, and the region around lambda loose from the calotte. There are major endocranial lesions ("dehiscence "), namely on the pituitary, middle cranial and cerebellar fossae. Probably related to these lesions, there is additional resorption of the foramina lacera, right anterior clinoid process and dorsum sellae. There is a healed fracture or dehiscence of the left infraorbital surface. The left hypoglossal canal is expanded with an accessory foramen between it and jugular foramen. The left carotid foramen is expanded, as are the internal acoustic meati. There is a large, symmetrical wormian at lambda. The posterior coronal suture is beginning to obliterate, and there is lesion at the lateral aspect of the left temporo-mandibular joint. The LP4 is rotated distally about 90 degrees, and the LP3 alveolus is displaced anterolateral to it. The LC alveolus is resorbed. There is moderate expression of Carabelli's cusp on the RM1. RI1-2 have mild linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) is missing the central incisors, LP3 and RC-M1, and many crowns are broken. The LP4 drastically distally rotated (matching its upper homolog), and the RM1 alveolus resorbed distally.

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Anterior

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Inferior

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Left Lateral

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Posterior

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Right Lateral

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Superior

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Anterior

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Feature 7

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Feature 8

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Feature 9

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Feature 10

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Inferior

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Left Lateral

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Posterior

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Right Lateral

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Superior

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Maxillary Dentition

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Feature 1(2)

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Feature 1

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.

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Feature 2

Most of the cranium’s alveoli are resorbed. The bony nasal septum has a healed fracture, or some trauma, causing it to deviate wildly to the right. The left middle ear cavity is exposed (probably due to medical students seeking ossicles rather than pathology). There is intracranial pitting, the mastoid and foramina and the fa. lacera are extra wide. The external basicranium is atrophied.